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Mar 13, 2011 11:00pm EDT
on the roof of his home was rescue. two u.s. aircraft carriers are at the ready. american rescue teams with sniffer dogs have arrived to search for survivors. helicopters are delivering food and supply. many are still without food and water. stores here in tokyo have been stripped of the bare essentials. especially water. and there are long lines at gas stations. people here are worried about the threat of another earthquake, a tsunami, or a nuclear emergency. japan is battling the threat of multiple nuclear meltdowns at crippled reactors. the government is rationing electricity with rolling blackouts beginning monday. but this prime minister says his country will get over this disaster. eyewitness news. >> once again we want to go back to the live pictures where we confirm there has been another explosion at a nuclear power plant. we are closely watching the situation. we are told by the nuclear regulatory commission that harmful levels of radiation activity are not expected to reach u.s. shores. stay with wjz for the coverage in japan. for the latest log on to wjz.com. if there are m
CBS
Mar 11, 2011 11:00pm EST
and the effects felt on u.s. shores. >>> hello everyone i'm denise koch. we are following new developments tonight out of japan. following that horrible earthquake and tsunami. incredible pictures have been coming out of japan in the last 24 hours. japan issued a state of emergency for five nuclear reactors at two power plants. thousands are evacuated as workers try to get the reactors under control and prevent a melt down. up to this hour there has not been a radiation leak. wjz is live, randall pinkston is covering the disaster. but we -- >> reporter: the initial 23- foot wall of water washed homes, cars and entire villages up to 3 miles inland. before sucking some of it back out to sea. thousands are injured, more than 500 are confirmed dead, but with more than 700 people still missing the death toll is expected to rise. >> all we see is a pile of debris. we've been looking for people but we see nobody. >> reporter: by nightfall, fires rage throughout the quake zone. japan is used to earthquakes. but not like this. >> i thought i was going to die this woman said. it was enormous. everyone in to
CBS
Mar 1, 2011 11:00pm EST
. >>> threading carefully, the u.s. military is cautiously deciding whether to take action against libya. they are concerned about the effect it could be in the war effort in afghanistan. two u.s. assault ships are heading into the mediterranean. they are to be used only for emergency evacuations and supplies. libya is building their arsenal with stockpiles of old soviet weapons. it is the first time any country has been suspended from the council since it began. >>> a war is being waged in annapolis that could make gas prices even more. there is plans to rise gas tax. >> reporter: just as unrest in the middle east has caused prices to skyrocket. >> we've just had enough. >> what has you so fed up? >> the taxes. >> reporter: one bill would up the tax 12 more cents, the money would go to fix roads. >> how much money do you think this will raise? >> we're hoping that the bill would raise some where around $500 million a year. the gas tax hasn't been raised since 1992. >> reporter: and it has high profile support from baltimore's mayor and the transportation committee who has seen the gas p
CBS
Mar 21, 2011 11:00pm EDT
made her move the victim's car in the middle of night or they would kill her. norwood even used a pair of men's size 14 shoes kept in the store to cover up her lie. >> the main message we want to send is we believe very, very strongly in the u.s. justice system. and we are going to let the justice system prevail. >> reporter: prosecutors say that when detectives told the suspect's family members what she was accused of, she asked to speak to her family, she told them i don't want to disappoint you, i'm sorry. in rockville, derek valcourt, wjz eyewitness news. >>> purr murray was a part time student at john hopkins. >>> wjz is live, tonight kelly mcpherson speaks to the man who owns all of those dogs. >> reporter: this is being called a classic hording case. but the man who lived with 51 dogs disagrees. inside this pasadena home, animal control found 51 dogs. who are now up for adoption but the homeowner swears he's not a horder. >> i didn't start out to see how many dogs that i could accumulate. >> reporter: neighbors have smelled the problem for years. >> when you go for a walk and i
CBS
Mar 27, 2011 11:00pm EDT
if the victim four years ago wasn't raped with a soda bottle? what if the object used was an ultrasound wand? oh, my god. and if he used that same object on our victim this morning, that would explain the foreign female dna from the rape kit. it was a transfer from the victim four years ago. that sinks cheryl. no, not necessarily, because hospitals stopped using ultrasound gel that had dye in it because so many patients were allergic to it. let's see. what are you doing? (frustrated grunt) i'm trying to find somebody who still uses this-- thank you-- who still uses this stuff, because if we can link cheryl to an actual supply company, then we've got her. there we go, right here. calomar medical supplies. as in greg calomar? as in our reward-happy eyewitness. put greg calomar in the search engine, let's see what we get. he was in ob-gyn. and he lost his medical license because of a malpractice suit, and now he's a medical supplier. i think he's a lot more than that. let's go. immense power. scorching speed. the first phone strong enough to run on the fastest, most advanced 4g network in america.
CBS
Mar 29, 2011 11:00pm EDT
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CBS
Mar 19, 2011 11:00pm EDT
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CBS
Mar 14, 2011 11:00pm EDT
index fell since trading opened tuesday morning. all of the major u.s. markets also fell today. >>> a major demonstration tonight in annapolis. police were forced to shut down seats as thousands of -- streets as thousands of union members approached the mall. we're live with more. >> reporter: the union workers don't want their benefits to change during the upcoming budget battle, and there were taxpayers showed up dressed up as pigs, they say the union workers are being greedy. >> we are asking them to keep the promise. >> reporter: union state employees took over annapolis. skyeye chopper 13 shows the thousands who want legislators to keep their hands off their benefits, specifically their opiniontions, after the governor has said cuts ma may be -- may be necessary. >> we must also fix and save our state's pension system, which has fallen out of balance, thereby threatening the long-term stability of our state finances. >> reporter: they say they've sacrificed enough. >> the commitment to us, we would have reasonable health benefits, and that we would have support after 30 ye
CBS
Mar 20, 2011 11:00pm EDT
were during the attack. you know, i think he might be onto something, because our victim left us a clue as to how to put these boxes back. the castoff from the blood? yeah. if we use the density and the directionality of the blood drops, we can figure out the placement of each box. yeah. ♪ let me ask you something. how tall is trejo? five-seven, max. i'm five-nine. great, so we just proved the opposite of what we wanted to prove, which is trejo didn't do it. you know what? switch out with me. but... i'm six-five, which means our killer has to be six feet. that, uh, the travis kid's about that, right? yeah, but he's a drug addict. i mean, do you think he's physically capable of doing all this? well, if he's our killer, i'd bet there'd still be blood in his ear. sounds like a mini-wheats day to me! and becka's science fair is on the 8th. she's presenting the solar system. hey, i've got just the wholegrain fiber to keep her full so she can stay focused. um, you rock. she'll be ready to rock. [ female announcer ] make your kids big days, mini-wheats days. packed with 100% whole grain fibe
CBS
Mar 22, 2011 11:00pm EDT
with like bats and branches. >> reporter: the victim's family didn't want to speak with us. neighbors had plenty to say. >> it's scary, i live right there. so it's really close to home. >> it's ridiculous that they can get a gun. it's ridiculous. >> reporter: constantly here, teenagers bickering outside. but twice now in a matter of like six months there's been a death in the neighborhood. >> reporter: last halloween another 16-year-old boy was killed by gunfire two blocks from tuesday's shooting. >> i have a 2-year-old, thank god i wasn't outside. >> reporter: a 16-year-old is awaiting trial for that case. the latest shooter in highlands has not been arrested. >> we're trying to determine exactly what the motive for this shooting was. >> reporter: police recovered one gun and one knife at the scene. we know they're interviewing at least three male teens that left on police cruisers earlier this evening. kelly mcpherson, wjz news. >> police are still looking for any information relating to this murder. >>> and a man hit by a car while riding his bike is charging a multi million dollars la
CBS
Mar 28, 2011 11:00pm EDT
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CBS
Feb 28, 2011 11:00pm EST
may use familiar i familyial dna. >> reporter: his reign of terror. >> he remains a mystery, stalks, raping, then vanishing and he may be planning his next attack. and that's why this is so important. time is of the essence. police believe this rapist could be a long haul truck driver or a member of the military. reporting live, meck hellgren. >>> all right, thank you, mike. for in depth information on the east coast rapist including the new website log on to wjz.com and click on this story. >>> a gas leak sends a house up in flames. caught this video of the fire through the roof of a unit on old -- circle. the flames spread to the units on either side of the house. 3 people were home at the time but they got out safely. says the gas line has since been shut off. >>> in baltimore county a water main break. you can see the water bubbling to the surface. late tonight crews were still working to fix the 8-inch water main. say about 8 homes affected. >>> no trace of 17-year-old felicia barnes. her friends and family went to the place she disappeared. police have followed over 100 leads
CBS
Mar 10, 2011 11:00pm EST
'll continue to keep you posted, now back over to you. >>> kelly mcpherson and kai jackson are bringing us updates. >> reporter: every area that typically floods during these severe storms had trouble today. including right behind me. the area was flooding across baltimore. >> definitely a nightmare around there. >> reporter: the governor has applied an emergency area. it was spreading from here. the bottom floor of the penn station parking lot. >> is the whole thing flooded? >> the first floor is. >> stop lying? >> no. >> reporter: the city towed dozens of cars before the owners arrived at the station. the water, saw sewage mixture damaged several vehicles and filled the air with quite a smell. >> we're going to see the swamps and waterways start to rise. it has a potential for causing flooding. >> reporter: a danger will continue after the rain. >> this is a situation that we have to keep our eye on closely. >> so busy night for the firefighters tonight. >> sounds like it's going to be a busy night. >> reporter: it's also been busy for people cleaning up debris. even though it has down
CBS
Mar 18, 2011 12:00am EDT
: there you go, brian. thanks, guys. man: see ya. fidelity investments. turn here. and just about all of us will be going proletes. in something other than sports. >>> more radiation threatens. this is wjz tv. baltimore. >>> from the cities, to the counties to your neighborhood, now it's complete coverage. it's wjz, maryland's news station. >>> close to catastrophe. japan does everything it can to stop the melt down. marylanders scramble to get out of the country before more radiation is unleashed. >>> here is what people are talking about. new reports of smoke from the nuclear reactor. emergency workers try to stop a nuclear nightmare. kelly mcpherson has the panic of americans trying to leave. but first how those around the nuclear power plant are coping with the crisis. [ speaking foreign language ] >> reporter: a steady stream of electricity could be the next hope for the fukushima dai-ichi plant. the power line to one of the reactors is ready. >> if the cooling systems and reactors are sound and then the power comes on, we might look at that moment as the beginning of the end. >> 11,00
CBS
Mar 25, 2011 12:00am EDT
legend hank aaron. we will see you back here tomorrow night. for greg, kenny, charles, for all of us here at cbs sports. greg gumbel. thanks for watching. have a good night. there's a lot of home improvement centers out there. but does paying more for less mower really improve anything? you deserve better. that's why sears brought the 2011 craftsman line here - to put our money where our mouth is. welcome to the turf war. compare any craftsman tractor or mower to any other brand, and we guarantee sears has the lowest price. you won't find a better deal there. or there. if you do, we'll match it and give you up to $100 to spend on anything at sears. it's a turf war because your lawn is worth fighting for. and just about all of us will be going proletes. in something other than sports. >>> sleeping on the job. two planes try to land at a near by airport but the air traffic controller is asleep. >> the tower is apparently unmapped. >> reporter: tonight the federal investigation and the calls to make changes at airports across the country. >>> hello everyone i'm vic carter. >> and i'm denise
CBS
Mar 3, 2011 11:00pm EST
they have keep disappearing. >> reporter: the governor told us he supporting referendum on marriage. surprising because same-sex marriage opponents do too. >> i hope the house comes together, i hope they pass the bill that passed the senate. and i hope they send it to my desk. ultimately this is probably going to go to the people on referendum any way. i think we should let the people decide. >> reporter: there has been some waffling, it's unclear how many h members of the judiciary committee are for or against. same-sex marriage passed in the senate so the house here remains the final hurdle. mike hellgren, wjz eyewitness news. >>> both sides have been heavily lobbying members of the judiciary committee. delegate olston alone says she's gotten over 2,000 calls. >>> and protesters of service member funerals are protected under the constitution. schneider died while fighting in iraq. now a judge ruled that the westboro church were in their right. >> believe me, someone is going to get hurt. when the blood starts flowing, let it be on the supreme court justices hand. >> reporter: most
CBS
Mar 6, 2011 11:00pm EST
>> good evening, everyone. thanks for joining us. i'm adam may. we begin with breaking news. the certainly for two missing girls in baltimore county. we have new information from police. derrick? >> reporter: adam, after a terrifying 24 hours for the families, those girls have been found. they are certainly safe and sound. it all happened within the last hour. 12-year-old griffin and 14-year- old taylor disappeared last night, setting off panic among their family. a young witness originally said the girls were forced into a car in the randalls town area last night. police couldn't confirm that information. before 10:00 tonight, those young teens were safely located over in the woodlawn area. they are being questioned by police tonight. i told the good news to their mothers who broke down, tears of joy, happy those girls are safe and sound. adam? >> i'm sure not every day a reporter gets to pass on good news like that. thank you. >>> the other big story we're following tonight is the heavy rainfall across the state of maryland. the system caused some flooding in parts of mar
CBS
Mar 7, 2011 11:00pm EST
. >> reporter: a ranking of u.s. prices shows baltimore comes in at number 84 with an average price of $285. the highest was newark, new jersey at $440. the lowest was atlantic city at $188. back to you. >> thank you, kai. to find the cheapest prices in your neighborhood, log on to wjz.com and click on links and numbers. >>> they are armed and they are shooting to kill. libyan troops are dropping bombs and firing on rebels who refuse to back down. >> for days, rebels had advanced through town after town of eastern libya as they make their push to gadhafi's stronghold in tripoli. nato is increasing surveillance flights over libya as it debates placing a no fly zone over the country. >>> so what took you so long. those were the words of the east coast rapest as he was arrested by authorities. he is accused of terrorizing dozensover dozens -- dozens of women across the country. he is already starting to confess. >> reporter: prosecutors believe he's the east coast rapist pictured in these rapists. beginning in maryland stretching to virginia, rhode island and connecticut. he was arrested last
CBS
Mar 9, 2011 11:00pm EST
of us some heavier around washington moving up toward pennsylvania. it's in heavy acres now. that is also moving our direction. so overnight the rain will pick up in intensity and because of that we have flood watches in effect all day tomorrow. coastal flood advisers. some are ready -- already under flood warnings and the rain is just going to add to their misery over the next 20 to 30 hours. >>> coverage continues in downtown, kelly. >> reporter: the rain and the wind have started here in canton and areas prone to flooding are getting ready for the storm. the sandbags are out. >> they made great pains to alert me and other business manage, of the risks involved. >> reporter: here is a line of the -- dam. several flood gates are already open to relieve the pressure in preparation for the storm. swollen with run off and melted snow from up north. >> we expect to see flows increase friday and saturday, peaking sometime on saturday afternoon. >> the ground is already saturated with water, so any additional water on that and high winds can cause problems with older trees causin
CBS
Mar 16, 2011 11:00pm EDT
the situation in person thursday. u.s. energy secretary admits he's baffled. >> there are conflicting reports so we don't really know in detail what's happening. >> reporter: the conflicting reports and uncertainty are spreading fear and anxiety in japan. people here have begun to prepare for the worse. >> reporter: you want to save their life? >> yes. >> reporter: and for that reason they fled tokyo. officials believe over 10,000 people are dead and the struggle continues for the hundreds of thousands of survivors staying in shelters. >>> rumors of a melt down caused a mini melt down on wall street. other indexes also fell considerably. stay with wjz for updates on the devastation. >>> 4 american journalists reporting on the conflict in libya are missing tonight. they include tyler hicks and lindsey -- reporter steven farrell. editors at the new york times say their last contact with the 4 was on tuesday. libyan leaders have assured the times they are trying to find the journalist as well. >>> into thin well. a college student disappears without money, his car or a working cell phone. spoke wit
CBS
Mar 23, 2011 11:00pm EDT
calling for a study of the to youers at other airports across the country. >>> tonight u.s. is patrolling off the coast of libya. nato forces continue with air strikes against gadhafi's troops. at the same time the rebel forces took steps today to form a government. and president obama says the no fly zone will absolutely not lead to a u.s. land invasion. >>> in japan tonight there was a run on bottled water in the area surrounding the nuclear power plant. the radiation is twice the recommended level for babies so parents are advised not to give them tap wort and raid -- water. and radiation has also been found in -- reactor 3. >>> the loss of a legend. tonight fans are mourning the death of elizabeth taylor. she was 79 years old. kenneth gibson reports on taylor's profound effect on hollywood. >> i'm not going to say good- bye to you here in the moonlight. >> reporter: the world did have to say goodbye to elizabeth taylor wednesday. her violet eyes. >> the world is going to miss liz. i know everybody who loved her and worked with her and had the privilege of being in her space is going t
CBS
Mar 26, 2011 11:00pm EDT
what the outcome of it will be. >> for chuck to come forth and say that he committed perjury tells us that we're on our way to the truth and to reality. >> reporter: are you afraid to get your hopes up this time? >> cautiously but, yeah, we're never going to believe it until we have our arms around him. >> reporter: one month after ryan got his letter, there's more from erikson. another letter, this time to zellner in which erikson tries to explain his condition on the night of the crime. >> he wanted a to make sure we knew he was out of his mind on drugs and alcohol. "i was under a lot of stress and filled with a lot of pain." >> reporter: do you believe this story? >> i don't think it matters whether i believe it or not. all i know is he's saying he committed perjury. >> reporter: that erikson committed person i have the argument zellner takes to an appellate court in august, 2010, nine months after getting erikson's statement. >> it's imperive that the court realizes this is a true emergency. >> reporter: she wants the court to bend its own rules to save ryan ferguson whom she beli
CBS
Mar 5, 2011 11:00pm EST
make strides in the developing investigation. >>> good evening, everyone. thanks for joining us. i'm adam may. that wild scene unfolded just hours ago. a good samaritan run over then killed as he tried to stop a man from stealing a truck and its cop tents. suzanne collins has the latest on a man being questioned by police right now. suzanne? >> reporter: let's first talk about the vehicle. he is an employee and he believes they were trying to steal from his employer, but he died as the suspect tried to drive away. at this warehouse in the 2700 block of hollins ferry road, two workers confront a possible thief. >> we're doing some work outside of the warehouse. they heard a noise and went to the side of the building where they encountered one suspect, who they believe was attempting to break into one of their vehicles. >> reporter: police say the suspect arrived in his own box truck. the two workers in their 50s tried to stop him. one was run over and died a short time later. the second worker was dragged and is expected to survive. late disaster night, police get a lead. >> detecti
CBS
Mar 2, 2011 11:00pm EST
. you have got to put away your sins or this nation is going down. shutting us up wasn't going to change that. >> reporter: the news comes as he marks the 5 year anniversary of his son's death. >> it's been a long five years and i'm ready to put this behind me and move on. >> reporter: adding insult to injury it is possible that al snyder could have to pay back the west bore oh baptist church for their legal fees which they say could run more than $100,000. >>> all right, thank you, derek. >>> a gunman ambushes a bus in german the shooters killed two u.s. airmen. two more were injured. say there was an argument in front of the bus. president obama is vowing there will be justice. a citizen is behind bars and trying to find out if he had ties to any terror groups. >>> rolling in about the east coast rapist thanks to bill boards. police believe the same man committed rapes and attacks on 17 women since 1997. bill boards with sketches are right here in baltimore. the campaign's website generated 44,000 hits in just the first 12 hours after its launch. >>> a pregnant college student vanishes
CBS
Mar 8, 2011 11:00pm EST
what we want. >>> 80% of the u.s. population lives within a two hour flight of atlanta. because of that delta airline who's hub is in atlanta says it will begin flights to cuban later this year. >>> health officials say 100 people were sickened at a swimmers mete. the pool itself is not likely to be the source. >>> speed cameras are popping up in more and more maryland counties and more now adds power to the list. county executive ken alway is going to ask the county for two van mounted mobile speed cameras. 66% of howard county drivers exceeded the speed limit on school zones. it's a matter of safety and that every dollar raised through tickets will go back to traffic safety. >>> it's not safety or economics but pure esthetics that won out about what to do with ocean city's famed boardwalk. the boardwalk is deteriorating. the county asked the residents, should the board be wood, or concrete painted to look like wood. people in over 25 countries voted and 51% said all wood. >>> becoming a new father can be an emotional moment especially if you deliver the baby yourself. >> i go
CBS
Mar 15, 2011 11:00pm EDT
start on us. we're going to attack the wiretaps and all of the information. >> i'm just flabbergasted. >>> an officer and accomplice are facing new charges this week. they were named in the corruption probe, but now they face extortion. they're linked to the owners of a liquor store chain. they transported -- from virginia tax freebie paying off police officers. the officer has been charged with transporting cocaine. his wife and six others have been implicated in this probe. >> johnson's attorney requested that a trial must be scheduled within 70 days. >>> there's no cancer cluster around -- the community voiced serious surgeons about experiments with agent orange and toxic dumping decades ago. it's based on 17 years of data within two miles of the fortunate. the department of health says they found no evidence of a cluster. >>> in annapolis -- maryland death penalty opponents say never say die. >> the only thing that should die is the death penalty. >> exonerated by dna was joined by -- >> beautiful, brilliant, talented, everything life could give, but in the middle of the night, so
CBS
Mar 30, 2011 11:00pm EDT
the gun belonged to a city commander. tonight police tell us the gun stolen was registered to special operations commander anthony brown and now police are trying to find out how the restaurant owner ended up with it. brown is on suspension during the investigation. >>> a 19-year-old kills a man. the teen driver was speeding down franklin speed drive when he crossed the center line and hit another car. both vehicles were badly damaged. the driver of the second vehicle, a 53-year-old woman is expected to be okay. >>> she has served longer than any other superintendent. dr. gas mack announced after 20 years running maryland's schools she will step down june 30th. says she wants to spend more time with her family. she is credited with making maryland's education system one of the finest. >>> lawmakers say it will raise money the state needs badly for education. explains how much you could be paying for a drink. >> at corey wine and spirits, managers are bracing for a big change in liquor taxes. >> it will be a pain. we'll have to go through each item and set two different income tax code
CBS
Mar 4, 2011 11:00pm EST
a marriage bill and got shot down in the process. >> to tell us that we are not allowed to amend something if we earnestly believe that it's wrong, is wrong. >> this was a cocamaley to lead off. and the senate eliminated that and i thought that's great, they did half the work. >> reporter: calling the vote civil merit would confuse voters at the ballot box. they say the title makes it sound more like a contract rather than what it actually does which is change the definition of marriage from one man one woman to two people in a couple. >> to claim that the voters are going to be confused by either the title to this bill or that a fraud is being committed is enough to make a cat laugh. >> reporter: so same-sex marriage passes the committee 12-10 and delaware loop is grateful. >> an amazing statement i guess that i am just so happy that we'll be able to get this to the floor. >> reporter: the full house gets revved up for debate next week. i'm pat warren, now back to you. >> wjz will continue to follow the bill and of course we'll let you know when the full house votes on it. >>> new protest
CBS
Mar 19, 2011 12:00am EDT
. that shot was available before he pump faked. washington will be content to use most, if not all of this shot clock here. jim: squeeze that is one home! clark: went to the left hand and got it up under. jim: they keep working it back to 10. again that, matches the high lead to have night. no foul. price. waiting. whissbhiss -- [whistle] and he'll have a chance to trim it to seven. clark: that's exactly what you don't want to do. i think it was darnell gant to picked it up. jim: fourth on gant. clark: you could hear it being screamed "no foul, no foul." easier screamed than done and jeremy price has had a big half, keeping georgia's hopes faintly alive here. the fact that they're not a strong three-point shooting team is problematic for georgia. [whistle] jim: a big offensive rebound and leslie will go to the line. it's going to be two the rest of the way for georgia at the line. holiday with his second. clark: those are two costly fouls by the huskies. opportunistic work by georgia. that's what you want when you're trailing. adding points with the clock stopped. jim: n'diaye with
CBS
Mar 12, 2011 11:00pm EST
" will continue. ,,,, adam: we need a good night's sleep. ,,,, kim: which means a little heat to keep us warm. and a good dose of support for my back. some over the top comfort couldn't hurt. and our perfect dream factory's been built. i'm feeling sleepy already. nighty night. >> reporter: attorney brian wice is working tirelessly and for free... >> it's like law school final exams. >> reporter: ...trying to get susan wright's 25-year prison term reduced. >> two and a half years ago in this courtroom, the system broke down. >> reporter: it is october 2008, and he's in court asking judge jim wallace to grant susan a new sentencing hearing before a new jury. >> the old saying goes, "be careful what you wish for." and that's certainly true when you're talking about a person's life and liberty. >> reporter: judge wallace, who presided over the original trial, says susan and her new attorney are taking a big gamble. a new jury could give her more time. what's at stake here for susan wright? >> she's walking a razor's edge and she might get life. >> it could go either way, but i'm not worried. i ju
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Mar 26, 2011 12:00am EDT
to take over what has been a u.s. led operation. as republican leaders question the goals and timing of the mission. >> had he waited for congress to come back, had he waited for -- taken more time to debate and consult on this issue, i think there's very little doubt that beng haustus would have fallen and other people would have died. >>> open protests now in syria. syrian troops opened fire on demonstrations. there's reports security forces shot to death more than 15 people in six cities. hasad is an allied of iran and has ruled with an iron fist. >>> in japan tonight, the situation is grave and serious, according to that country's prime minister. the damage is more dangerous than they thought after a breach in the reactor. people living in 20 miles are urged to stay indoors or evacwait and the death toll has risen to 10,000. >>> tonight there's new reaction to the incident at reagan international airport admits he was sleep. this is new video of him leaving his home today. when asked for a comment, he declined. congress is calling for a full investigation. >> reporter: the reagan
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